I disagree with this. I commend people for being open to a young kid asking for a lighter. Reason being, is because nowadays if anybody at all wanted a lighter very badly they're going to get one. Period. Atleast this way, he doesn't have to go through some sleazy source to get one, and people have the opportunity to be a good influence in the process. The worst thing ever for a young kid who would be caught up in smoking would be to feel like the world was against him and harshly judged him. This is my humble opinion, but I disagree with the message behind the video. Good intentions, but I disagree with the means. God bless! :)
Two of my best friends smoke (I don't) they're 13 I was walking in the street with them whilst they smoked and we walked past so many people and I mean a lot nobody said anything at all and one of their parents know and don't care
I am 14... This is really happening. My best friend smokes. Me and some other friends have been trying to get him to quit but it is impossible. His entire family smokes and he grew up thinking it was normal. This really happens, people need to open their eyes and realize what they are enabling to happen.
I would say ya if a 15 year old came up to me. Their health. Even if you do not give them one they will find a way to get one anyway. Plus many people have been there. If you smoked 1 week 1 month 1 year and so on. Many teens experiment. Does it make me a bad person. No. Bad influence no. If a complete stranger who is 15 would walk up to me I would because I have been there.
If a kid came up to me and asked for a lighter for a smoking I would say, "no"! When I did smoke I would get asked from kids all the time for a cigarette and I would say, "no"! I'm glad I quit it's been almost 2 years since I've had a cigarette! Yes thank you God!
In my mind this video is pointless he's asking for a lighter!!!!! what 12 year old kid does not play with fire?
make another video with him about to light it and see reactions!
other then that keep it up
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